Easton Police Issue Weather Warnings

A winter advisory is in effect from midnight tonight until noon tomorrow when 4 to 6 inches of snow are expected. As a result, there is a snow emergency parking ban during and after the storm to allow Public Works to fully clear the roads. Residents should use caution if it is necessary Continue reading “Easton Police Issue Weather Warnings”

UPDATE: Snowstorm Making Easton a Winter Wonderland

Two car crashes attest to slippery road conditions

Sunday afternoon update: Police have already responded to two car accidents, according to Police Chief Rich Doyle. A car vs utility pole crash occurred near 385 Morehouse Road. The pole was damaged but there were no injuries. Frontier Continue reading “UPDATE: Snowstorm Making Easton a Winter Wonderland”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 2/5/2021

Good afternoon,

This week began with another large snow storm and another job well done by our Department of Public Works with an assist by our Park and Recreation maintenance staff. After several easy winters, it is beginning to look like this year may be different. Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

UPDATE: Storm Impact Milder Than Anticipated

UPDATE: According to Chief Doyle, Easton fared well. “There were no reported outages. Public Works did a great job. Traffic was light. Public Works is finishing up cleaning the roads today,” Doyle said. In short, there was nothing significant to report.

UPDATE Jan. 31, 10:40 p.m.: Continue reading “UPDATE: Storm Impact Milder Than Anticipated”

Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 12/18/2020

Good afternoon, 

I am happy to report that Bridgeport Hospital began vaccinating people for COVID-19 this week. Deliveries are being made and the process will accelerate from here. On the state website, www.ct.gov/coronavirus, you can read about Connecticut’s Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Bindelglass Urges Residents To Prepare for Heavy Snow

Heavy snow is predicted to start Wednesday afternoon into Thursday.

“The more people can plan ahead and stay home, the better our crews can work to clear the roads,” First Selectman Dave Bindelglass said. “In the event that there are downed trees and wires, please do not try to Continue reading “Bindelglass Urges Residents To Prepare for Heavy Snow”